Sun, 16 Jan 2000 19:57:06 -0800 (PST)
OK, before we waste too much bandwidth with this:
1. Use your web browser to open http://www.python.org/
2. Click the "Download" link at the top of the page, then click the
"Windows95/98 and NT (Intel)" link
3a. If you use Internet Explorer skip to step 3b
This step assumes you are using Netscape.
Hold down the "Shift" key on you keyboard, and click the left mouse button
on the "py152.exe" link. This will pop up a "Save As..." dialog. Save the
file as "C:\py152.exe"
3b. If you are using Netscap skip to step 4
This step assumes you are using Internet Explorer.
Right-click on the "py152.exe", and choose the "Save Target As..." from
the menu that pops up. Sawe the file as "C:\py152.exe"
4. Click the Start button, then click "Run". Type in "C:\py152.exe", and
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